The nationwide shock at the December 16 school attack in Peshawar was a reminder to Pashtuns that the vast majority of Pakistanis living in the mostly peaceful east have been oblivious to the conflict that has engulfed their region since 2007, when ... Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
Why the Pakistan army can't subdue the TTP - Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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This is the third of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war. Naseer was pacing outside the operating room in a Peshawar hospital. Inside, surgeons were trying to extract a bullet from his wife's leg and ...National Geographic, 17 hours ago Pakistan: 'No policy to detain parents for refusing polio vaccines' Deutsche Welle, 1 hour ago Pakistan's Polio Heroes National Geographic, 15 hours ago
The Afghan government and the Taliban are reportedly open to renewing peace talks, which is indisputably good news. The next question is, can they come to any useful agreement? The surprising answer: Maybe. Leaving Afghanistan For a decade, ...Bloomberg View, 1 week ago Government's Commitment for Peace Talks Daily Outlook, 1 month ago 34 Taliban shadow administrators reported killed or captured in Afghanistan in 2014 The Long War Journal, 1 month ago
The Taliban is set to gain territory this year in Afghanistan as the Obama administration weighs slowing down its withdrawal of troops, the top U.S. intelligence official indicated Thursday. Afghan National Security Forces may maintain control of ...The Hill, 5 days ago
General (retd) Pervez Musharraf. PHOTO: INP Former president Pervez Musharraf has said Kabul must share power with the Taliban and block Indian influence if it wishes to see peace, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported. He said President ...The Express Tribune, 6 days ago Kabul must share power with Taliban The Nation Pakistan, 6 days ago Pervez Musharraf sees role for Taliban in Afghanistan The Express Tribune, 1 week ago Musharraf sees role for Taliban in Afghanistan Online News Pakistan, 6 days ago
Opinion 08:49 20.02.2015 (updated 09:06 20.02.2015) 3 0 0 WASHINGTON (Sputnik) Afghan Taliban negotiators might not be able toguarantee that all ofthe group's factions will adhere toany peace settlement reached withUS and Afghan officials, ...Sputnik, 1 week ago
Pervez Musharraf has said that under his regime, Pakistan had tried to undermine the Afghan government led by ex-president Hamid Karzai for helping "India stab Pakistan in the back". "In President Karzai's times, yes, indeed, he was damaging ...MSN News, 2 weeks ago Mush lifts lid on Pak-India proxies in Afghanistan The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago ISI-RAW fighting since independence must stop now: Musharraf The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago ISI cultivated Taliban to counter Indian action against Pakistan: Musharraf DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
Listen CAMP SHORABAK Afghanistan and Pakistan, home to al-Qaida and Taliban militants and the focus of the longest war in U.S. history, face a new, emerging threat from the IS group, officials have said. Disenchanted extremists from the ...Gulf Time UAE, 1 month ago Islamic State reaches for Afghanistan, Pakistan Japan Times, 1 month ago IS taps Afghanistan, Pakistan Oman Observer, 1 month ago Islamic State group reaches for Afghanistan and Pakistan Miami Herald, 1 month ago
Ehsanullah Ehsan has previously threatened attacks against the UK, and was the Taliban spokesman who claimed the group's responsibility for Malala Yousafzai's shooting Online: Ehsanullah Ehsan LinkedIn profile made no secret of his links to ...Irish Mirror, 1 month ago Taliban Commander Caught Networking On LinkedIn Business Insider, 1 month ago Senior Taliban Commander with $1 Million Bounty Found Networking on LinkedIn International Business Times India, 1 month ago Taliban commander used LinkedIn to recruit? Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Kandahar: Matiullah Khan and Muhammad Aywaz were each dug in, their property dispute in southern Afghanistan at an impasse. Despite paying more than $US1000 ($1280) apiece in lawyers' fees, they found no resolution in the government's court system.Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago Taliban justice gains favour as official Afghan courts fail MSN Canada, 1 month ago
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